AL LED Spring 2011 Table of Contents

Third Annual Next Generation Luminaires Competition Winners Announced

Manufacturers continue to innovate with market-ready specification-grade LED luminaires. Read more

LED Learning

In its fifth year, LEDucation continues to draw large crowds and provide a much-needed industry resource for the exhibit and educational discussion of solid-state lighting (SSL) products and materials. Organized by the Designers Lighting Forum of New York (DLFNY), an all-volunteer group, this year's event on March 16 recorded 1,877 attendees during the course of the nine-hour event. The time frame allowed attendees to visit at their leisure throughout the workday. LEDucation draws attendees traditionally from New York, New Jersey, and Connecticut. But since the show has become an important outlet for seeing the latest LED products, it has now become a draw for designers all along the northeast corridor. Read more

L Prize Modifies Its Par 38 Requirements

The U.S. Department of Energy has temporarily suspended entries into the PAR 38 category for its L Prize competition in order to make the competition more effective. Read more

LEDs Lead the Way

The latest in LED luminaire offerings. Read more

LED Roundtable

Industry leaders discuss the impact that solid-state lighting is having on the industry Read more

Meeting the Test Meeting the Test

The DOE's CALiPER testing program helps the lighting industry navigate the latest SSL product offerings. Read more

Green and Gold Green and Gold

A new academic center for student athletes scores performance with LEDs. Read more

One-on-One with Naomi Miller One-on-One One-on-One with Naomi Miller

After having spent more than 30 years designing lighting projects, Naomi Miller is now approaching lighting from a different angle—that of technology development and application. Read more

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